Hi Nanciejk, the reason nutrition folks distinguish between juice and whole foods is that when fruits and veggies are pressed, all the fiber is stripped away, and some of the micronutrients attached to the fiber get left behind as well. Once a food has been stripped of its fiber, the way our bodies respond to that food changes dramatically, which is why studies have demonstrated that even 100% fruit juice can contribute to the development of diabetes, whereas consuming whole fruits does not.
As GenesisFoodSolutions states, Soylent 2.0 has zero servings of fruits and veggies. Btw, thousands of studies have been done in the last decade clarifying the importance of phytonutrients- this perspective is very well established in the nutrition field. I hope this clarifies your concerns.
(Disclosure: I am a Nosha co-founder and a practicing medical doctor who has published multiple peer-reviewed studies.)